What to do in Liverpool

Liverpool_albert-dock spiderAlbert Dock Museum: its space "Discovery Zone" offers interactive activities for the whole family related to the legendary Beatles, their history goes dazzling display of technology, audio guide available in almost all languages.
Casbah Coffee Club: leading site for lovers of rock, you can buy T-shirts and other memorabilia dedicated to The Beatles.
Saint George's Hall: magnificent facade with Greek columns, contains the living "Great Hall". This building was built to function as courts and their basements are the cells where prisoners waiting for trial and today hosts cultural events.
Tate Liverpool: Open daily from 10 to 17h. Free admission.
Near the port, this sumptuous building was originally owned by the Tate family, today is the modern art gallery most important of England, after London. His works include an important collection from the 1300 to the present day, Rembrandt, Poussin, Degas ...
The Walker: Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10 to 17h. Only admission charges for special exhibitions.
Gallery founded over 120 years, has a permanent collection, temporary and traveling collections, among his most important works are canvases by Matisse, Warhol Andyt, Paul Cézanne, Picasso ...
Merseyside Maritime Museum (Merseyside Maritime Museum) Open daily from 10 to 17h. Free admission.
Exciting museum for all ages, tells the story of one of the world's ports. From the human side of those who emigrated and immigrated from there to the fundamental role he played during the Second World War, through the Titanic and the history of English piracy.
In addition to its exhibition, the museum offers activities and events also for free.
Birkenhead Park: on the Wirral Peninsula, take the ferry across the River Mersey created between 1843 and 1847 was the first public park design and served as the architectural model for many parks around the world.
World Museum Liverpool: Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10 to 17h. Free admission.
Dinosaurs, insects, aquarium, theater and planetarium, among other great wonders of the world as ancient Egypt, Rome, Greece and a surprising number of objects of the five continents. Ideal for a family outing, another proposal for the city of Liverpool which provides children and adults alike will enjoy all.
Williamson's Tunnels: Open Thursday to Sunday for all age groups from 10 to 17h. Tuesday and Wednesday for groups by reservation. Entry adults £ 4, children over 5 years 2.50 pounds, 3.50 pounds groups.
Tour of newly discovered underground tunnels, guided tour and opportunity to drink in a cafe hidden in the city, the tour of the Heritage Centre.

Virtually all museums in Liverpool are open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 to 17h and no cover charge.

Albert Dock Museum: its space "Discovery Zone" offers interactive activities for the whole family related to the legendary Beatles, their history goes dazzling display of technology, audio guide available in almost all languages.
Casbah Coffee Club: leading site for lovers of rock, you can buy? T-shirts? and other memorabilia dedicated to The Beatles.
Saint George's Hall: magnificent facade with Greek columns, contains the living "Great Hall". This building was built to function as courts and their basements are the cells where prisoners waiting for trial and today hosts cultural events.
Tate Liverpool: Open daily from 10 to 17h. Free admission.
Near the port, this sumptuous building was originally owned by the Tate family, today is the modern art gallery most important of England, after London. His works include an important collection from the 1300 to the present day, Rembrandt, Poussin, Degas ...
The Walker: Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10 to 17h. Only admission charges for special exhibitions.
Gallery founded over 120 years, has a permanent collection, temporary and traveling collections, among his most important works are canvases by Matisse, Warhol Andyt, Paul Cézanne, Picasso ...
Merseyside Maritime Museum (Merseyside Maritime Museum) Open daily from 10 to 17h. Free admission.
Exciting museum for all ages, tells the story of one of the world's ports. From the human side of those who emigrated and immigrated from there to the fundamental role he played during the Second World War, through the Titanic and the history of English piracy.
In addition to its exhibition, the museum offers activities and events also for free.
Birkenhead Park: on the Wirral Peninsula, take the ferry across the River Mersey created between 1843 and 1847 was the first public park design and served as the architectural model for many parks around the world.
World Museum Liverpool: Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10 to 17h. Free admission.
Dinosaurs, insects, aquarium, theater and planetarium, among other great wonders of the world as ancient Egypt, Rome, Greece and a surprising number of objects of the five continents. Ideal for a family outing, another proposal for the city of Liverpool which provides children and adults alike will enjoy all.
Williamson's Tunnels: Open Thursday to Sunday for all age groups from 10 to 17h. Tuesday and Wednesday for groups by reservation. Entry adults £ 4, children over 5 years 2.50 pounds, 3.50 pounds groups.
Tour of newly discovered underground tunnels, guided tour and opportunity to drink in a cafe hidden in the city, the tour of the Heritage Centre.

Virtually all museums in Liverpool are open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 to 17h and no cover charge.

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